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17-year-old cat lives happily ever after when being diagnosed with cat hyperthyroidism and kidney disease

About two years ago our Cali, was diagnosed with cat hyperthyroidism and possible beginnings of kidney disease, which are both common ailments especially for mature cats. Cali was about 14 years old at the time. She is a calico with some Siamese ancestry, thus a very vocal girl; often, too vocal! She showed up on our […]

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Outdoor dangers for your pet: Heat stress, dog parks and poisoning

Heat stress and exhaustion are common summer problems, however there are several outdoor dangers for pets such as poisoning can happen all year long. Your pets can be in danger even in your backyard, hence the swimming pool or other toxic hot tub chemicals, and need to be kept out of paw’s reach! So here […]

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Lucy’s journey to recovery from cat hyperthyroidism

Cat hyperthyroidism is a challenging pet ailment to manage, but fortunately Thyroid Support Gold from Pet Wellbeing is a safe and effective natural solution with a proven record. Here’s another motivating customer story. Three years ago, Anita, a registered vet nurse who lives in the West Midlands in the UK, kindly gave a home to a […]

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Cat Cancer came and went, and our Beautiful Bengal is still here!

Cat Cancer came and went, and our Beautiful Bengal is still here thanks to Life Gold from Pet wellbeing. “We are so grateful to have our beautiful tiger boy back!” – amazing customer story: Nine months ago, after a few weeks of vomiting, poor appetite, and weight loss, Taji, a beautiful 14-year old Bengal cat, was […]

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Itchy Pets? Skin allergy, itch and inflammation relief

Itchy Pets? So many pets have allergies, that if your pet is among them, you’re certainly not alone!  Did you know – skin allergies in pets are the number one reason dogs are brought to their veterinarian; sixth most common reason for cats? In fact, five out of ten reasons for veterinary visits are due […]

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Nutrition for pet’s diet: More fruits and veggies for pet wellbeing!

Eating in season is good for us and our pets. One way to make sure that the nutrition for your pet’s diet is optimal, ask yourself if your four-legged friend’s nourishment could be more colourful, seasonal and fresh? Most pet owners assume their pets will not eat fruits and veggies, but you may be surprised! If you provide […]

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Announcing our first “Pet Hero” Contest Winner

Our 1st Pet Hero Contest Winner is here! First, we wish to acknowledge all the amazing Pet Heroes and pet owners for over 100 heart-warming posts on shared on Facebook & Instagram in the last 4 weeks. Remember you have a chance to win every month, so please continue to tag your photos with #petwellbeing so we […]

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Kaci’s victory against dog kidney disease

I had suspected that Kaci, my senior Jack Russell Terrier was experiencing dog kidney disease. She had decreased appetite and simply appeared to be going downhill, which I initially thought was due to her age. Then I noticed her increased drinking and urination, and it seemed to get worse with each passing day. I started […]

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Obie’s amazing recovery with SPARK nutritional supplement

 I believe Spark, Pet Wellbeing’s nutritional supplement has truly made a new cat out of Obie, and I recommend it to everyone.  I found Obie, when I visited a rescuer to adopt a special needs kitty I had seen online, and she had many other cats looking for homes.  A smelly, older-looking black cat was […]

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Canine Pancreatitis: why high amounts of fat in your dog’s diet is unhealthy

It’s summer BBQ season and that means lots of hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken and lots of grease from the grill. Often well-meaning party attenders give dogs hot dogs, hamburgers or whatever else is on their plate. Most of these things are quite high in fat and can trigger a condition called pancreatitis. When most people […]

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